Here's 25 twisted facts about Adventure Time that will surprise even longtime fans. The animated series originally debuted in 2010 on Cartoon Network and was created by Pendleton Ward. Following the adventures of a boy named Finn and his adopted shape shifting brother Jake, Adventure Time is set in the fantasy post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo. Along their quests, Finn and Jake encounter many beings, like BMO, the Ice King, Marceline the Vampire King, and Princess Bubblegum.
Adventure Time aired for 10 seasons before coming to a close in 2018, but what makes it stand apart from many other shows is the abbreviated runtimes of their episodes. They are typically around 11 minutes long and were often paired together to fill a half hour time slot on Cartoon Network. Adventure Time is targeted at a younger demographic, though, and it became a hit with them for nearly a decade thanks to the quick and highly entertaining aspects.
After building up a loyal fan base during the course of its run, there may still be several facts about Adventure Time that hardcore fans do not know. Thanks to Screen Rant's newest video, you can now learn about 25 twisted and surprising facts from the series. The full list of facts can be found in the video at the top of this post.
As you can tell, there's plenty of fascinating facts about Adventure Time to be learned. Whether it may be the production timeline or the show's preference to get their entire voice cast together to record (which is uncommon), there is more going on in the pre-production phase of Adventure Time than viewers may have known about. Additionally, the writing process that allowed for maximum creativity can be seen in the stories that the show tells, while also making it all the more impressive that a larger narrative was being maintained.
Ever since Adventure Time went off the air in 2018, though, many fans have been left wondering if they'll ever get a chance to return to the Land of Ooo for new adventures. There have been no talks of a revival or spinoffs at this point, although that could change in the future. The one avenue that may be explored is a movie version of Adventure Time. Adam Muto, the showrunner of Adventure Time for the final five seasons, has confirmed that one was in development, but there has yet to be any signs that it is actually going to happen. Fans looking for more Adventure Time material may want to turn to the various comic books that were made during the show's run, and hopefully good news about additional episodes or a film will arrive one day.